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5 NBA teams that need to hit the reset button

The NBA trade deadline has passed and teams are buying out players in order to let them join contenders. Teams that believed in their championship potential did all they could to secure additional pieces for their run, while teams that knew they were out of the running attempted to clean house.For some teams, they clearly got better and improved their odds. For others, they dropped...
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 01, 2017  |  Discuss

WATCH: Sean Marks on the Nets' trade deadline activity

Nets GM Sean Marks talks about the two acquisitions his team made at the NBA trade deadline, and how hard it was to part with Bojan Bogdanovic despite numerous offers.
Via YES Network
February 25, 2017  |  Discuss

WATCH: The Brooklyn Nets hold on to Brook Lopez

Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez and Nets general manager Sean Marks discuss the team deciding not to trade the tenured Net.
Via SNY
February 24, 2017  |  Discuss

Report: Nets may be open to trading Brook Lopez before deadline

The final stage of the Brooklyn Nets’ complete teardown under new general manager Sean Marks may be upon us. According to a report by Marc Stein of ESPN on Friday, the Nets are listening to offers for center Brook Lopez with some rival executives convinced that the team is open to moving the former All-Star big man between now and the February trade deadline. Lopez, 28, is averaging...
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 04, 2016  |  Discuss

A much different Jeremy Lin makes his return to New York

In the end, Linsanity ended with a thud, with Knicks general manager Glen Grunwald refusing to open his hotel door room to accept Houston's three-year offer sheet for Jeremy Lin during summer league. The league got involved, and in the end, the Knicks allowed Lin to leave, just five months after he took over the sports world, ruled Madison Square Garden and landed on back-to-back...
Via Yardbarker
October 18, 2016  |  Discuss

Who Is The Next Sean Marks?

Sean Marks, the first-year General Manager of the Brooklyn Nets, set two unlikely records during his playing career. For one, Marks was the league’s first-ever player from New Zealand, with three Kiwis entering the NBA since. (Although one of them, Aron Baynes, competes internationally for Australia.) The other, and far more unlikely record, is that Marks played the fewest total...
Via The Sports Post
August 16, 2016  |  Discuss

The Four Techniques Sean Marks Has Used To Begin Rebuilding Nets

Even since the initial cursory phone call between first-year general manager Sean Marks and the Brooklyn Nets, the only possible topic of conversation has been the several-years rebuilding process that the team inevitably faces. In recent years, Sam Hinkie was undoubtedly the face of modern rebuilding with his non-stop series of envelope-pushing, future-focused moves. We're about...
Via RealGM - NBA
August 08, 2016  |  Discuss

Brooklyn Nets heading in right direction, despite matched offer sheets to Crabbe, Johnson

Sean Marks had one of the tallest tasks of the offseason, taking over as general manager of the Brooklyn Nets. The former Spurs assistant GM joined an entirely different situation. The Nets didn’t have top draft picks (the previous regime mortgaged the future for short term gain) and outside of Brook Lopez, the returning roster didn’t offer much. The rookie GM had to be aggressive...
Via The Comeback
July 11, 2016  |  Discuss

Nets are proving you can tank without picks

There was never a right way for Sean Marks to rebuild the Nets. He took over a team with worse current players than just about anyone else, but without his own draft picks until 2019 traditional rebuilding flew out the window as well. A lesser GM would’ve made a bunch of high-risk moves trying to win now. And yes, Derrick Rose was available and there were attainable potential...
Via The Sports Post
July 02, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: The Brooklyn Nets introduce Sean Marks

The Nets introduce their new GM Sean Marks and talk about his road to the position as well as the culture he will instill in Brooklyn.
Via YES Network
June 14, 2016  |  Discuss
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